Tannoy MERCURY 7C (Light Oak) Single Centre Speaker £49 @richer sounds
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Tannoy MERCURY 7C (Light Oak) Single Centre Speaker £49 @richer sounds

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LocalFound 29th Dec 2017
Was £149. Now £49. Save £100
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Specs:

8 ohms
60 (continuous) 240 (peak)
91dB
420 x 167 x 160
Bass Reflex
4.4kg
Tannoy
Light Oak

The perfect match for Mercury 7 speakers, the Tannoy Mercury 7C centre speaker completes a first-rate home cinema system.

The perfect match
The perfect match for Tannoy Mercury 7 speakers, this Tannoy centre speaker lets you match both the looks and sound signature right the way around your surround sound speaker set-up.

Neutral sound suits other speaker brands, too
With a neutral sound and easy load characteristics, the Mercury 7C also works well with a wide range of other speaker systems. The soft dome tweeter and cone woofer offer the ideal acoustics to match many other similar speakers.

Dynamic sound
Featuring a Nitro-urethane damped tweeter, the Mercury 7C hits frequencies as high as 32,000Hz Although this is well above what we can hear it does mean that the high frequencies we can hear are less affected by harmonic distortion – making it the ideal match for Hi-Res music sources.

Clear dialogue
Featuring twin 5 inch cones, the Mercury 7C provides smooth, natural dialogue. The twin cone layout gives a broad spread of sound, meaning you can have your left and right speakers further apart.

Smart good looks
With a choice of Black Oak, Walnut or Oak vinyl wraps, there’s a wide choice of colours to suit your home. To protect the drive units from accidental damage, a removable grille is fitted as standard.

Hear every word, with the Tannoy Mercury 7C.
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14 Comments
IF you can find one this is a good price
will these. match warfdale 2020i speakers or stick with my dali blue c 100
Nice 20 years ago but where do you put one these days?
hifihero7 m ago

Nice 20 years ago but where do you put one these days?


Under your tv...
Anyone know how Mercury 2016 model compare lets say to MA Bronze range?
Wonder how this would go with a pair of Tannoy Revolution DC6 speakers and a Sony ST DRN1050?
Edited by: "donaldduck2" 29th Dec 2017
Walnut for 59...worth it?
Excellent price for a Public Address System
hifihero3 h, 36 m ago

Nice 20 years ago but where do you put one these days?


Ha, what you on about mate ?

It's a speaker you crazy ?
oldskoolpug6 m ago

Ha, what you on about mate ? It's a speaker you crazy ?



He means this speaker has been around since CRT TVs, you used to rest them on the top, on a little shelf.

How do I know? that is how long ago I bought mine. Sound quality is OK, but you need to try before you buy to see if it is a good tonal match with your other speakers; after a bit of tweaking and tuning, mine fitted right in, and is still in use today.

I seem to remember the sale price was the same as well!!
Think I will wait until the Tannoy Precision 6c or Revolution XTC comes up on a sale price.
Gentle_Giant10 h, 12 m ago

He means this speaker has been around since CRT TVs, you used to rest them …He means this speaker has been around since CRT TVs, you used to rest them on the top, on a little shelf.How do I know? that is how long ago I bought mine. Sound quality is OK, but you need to try before you buy to see if it is a good tonal match with your other speakers; after a bit of tweaking and tuning, mine fitted right in, and is still in use today.I seem to remember the sale price was the same as well!!


Lollllll

Speaker design has remained very close the original for good reason... this speaker with an appropriate amp will blow away any stupid £500 soundbar made today.... even if like the man in question says that it's 20 years old....
oldskoolpug5 m ago

LollllllSpeaker design has remained very close the original for good …LollllllSpeaker design has remained very close the original for good reason... this speaker with an appropriate amp will blow away any stupid £500 soundbar made today.... even if like the man in question says that it's 20 years old....


Now you saying that tempts me to buy one instead of waiting for the more expensive ones to come up in a sale.
oldskoolpug51 m ago

LollllllSpeaker design has remained very close the original for good …LollllllSpeaker design has remained very close the original for good reason... this speaker with an appropriate amp will blow away any stupid £500 soundbar made today.... even if like the man in question says that it's 20 years old....



Agreed.
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